Dualla Show News

This year's Dualla Show is just 6 weeks away and we've got a huge show planned with the usual mix of old and new! As part of year's Tipperary Truck Show we're delighted to have the phenomenon that is Grassmen on site with Gareth "Donkey" Gault and friends bringing their incredible enthusiasm for all things grass and diesel. In addition to their trade stand they'll also be showcasing their recently acquired Scania R560. Making a debut this year is Sinead Delahunty who will be giving a cookery demonstration with recipe's from her super health book "Delalicious". We are also thrilled to announce that we will host the final of the Munster Aberdeen Angus Munster Junior Bull and Female of the Year as part of this year's livestock event. The competition is open to all calves registered with the Irish Aberdeen-Angus Association and exhibited by a breeder living in the Munster province. Points are accumulated from qualifying shows at Midleton, Cork, Dungarvan and Cappamore with the champion and reserve prize being awarded in both male and female categories in Dualla! On top of all that we've got the usual tractor pulling, free circus and free kid's entertainment all day. It's looking to be another fantastic day!
Dualla Show 2018 will take place on Sunday 26th August. See you then!! Sunday 26th August 2018

This year's show is packed as usual with great events. In addition to the stalwart livestock, showjumping, Truck Show and tractor pulling, we also have a FULLY FREE BIG TOP CIRCUS running throughout the day.

In addition to all this we have our superb Volkswagen "Carfest" Car Show, high-flying wrestling to round things off we have Chef Adrian providing a health cookery demonstration.

Dualla Show 2017 will also be providing an amazing amount of FREE children's entertainment with no less than 10 free inflatables.

 

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